Sussex Wildlife Trust to hold nature challenge in June
Sussex Wildlife Trust is encouraging Mid Sussex residents to take part in a nature challenge this summer.
The challenge, called 30 Days Wild, encourages people to do one wild thing a day throughout the month of June - or 30 random acts of wildness.
Activities can include bird watching, litter-picking, or baking a nature themed cake.
It has been organised by The Wildlife Trusts, a grassroots movement made up of more than 850,000 people who work to make a positive difference to wildlife and future generations.
There are four different ways to sign up – as an individual or family; for a school, nursery or youth group; for a care home, ad for a business.
A spokesman for the The Wildlife Trusts said: “When you sign up, you’ll get a free pack of goodies to help you plan your wild month, plus lots of ideas to inspire you to stay wild all throughout June (and beyond).”
Depending on how you sign up, you get an activity passport, a sticker chart to track your wild acts, a nature table to collect things from your adventures, and a list of ideas to get you started.
To find out more about Sussex Wildlife Trust, an independent charity under The Wildlife Trusts, and to find out more about the 30 Days Wild challenge, and to get involved, visit www.sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/discover/30-days-wild